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A video short story

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torresa deleted dialogue in "Childhood Obesity" on 01/18/2010. torresa made 2 other changes. more
-What are some of the causes of childhood obesity? -
torresa edited dialogue in "Childhood Obesity" on 01/11/2010. torresa made 9 other changes. more
-What are some of the causes of childhood obesity? -
gretenhardtal added a new scene titled "Closing arguments" on 01/05/2010. gretenhardtal made 7 other changes. more
In the forum, sprung234 replied to childhood obesity on 12/21/2009. more
sure... sounds good. We just gotta get the informaton and make sure that we can get enough footage for it
gretenhardtal edited dialogue in "Point counter point" on 12/18/2009. gretenhardtal made 6 other changes. more
Point counter point In this scene you will have two students that will take apposing opinions and you will shoot it in split screen as the do on CNN 5 Tips for Writing Interview Questions Writing questions for an interview can be tricky. It is important that you know the right questions to ask and how to ask them. Structuring of the interview questions is also important. The following are five simple tips to help you write interview questions. * 1. Avoid Asking Double-Barreled Questions These are questions that have more than one question in the sentence. An example is, “Do you think he is telling the truth and that he deserves to be set free?” There are two questions to be addressed here. When asked double-barreled questions, most likely the respondent will answer just one of them. It’s better to ask your questions separately. * 2. Do Not Ask Questions That Are Biased Avoid asking questions that are slanted towards an opinion. A good interview question is neutral and it allows the respondent to give his or her own take of the issue. It should not influence the respondent’s opinion. * 3. Avoid Assuming Questions Assuming questions are those that already have assumed opinions for the interviewees. An example is, “A lot of people are angered by the anomaly. Are you one of them?” This question is structured in such a way that an issue is painted as an anomaly when it probably still needs to be proven. The correct way to ask this is, “Do you believe that an anomaly took place?” * 4. Keep Your Questions Short and Clear Write questions that are short and clear. Correcting grammar is essential too, because the slightest grammatical or punctuation mistake can change the question’s meaning. Review your interview questions and have them checked for grammar. * 5. Do Not Include Unnecessary Questions And finally, delete questions that are irrelevant to your topic. Do not get carried away, but keep your questions focused on your objective.

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